Join us in learning about the world through meaningful participation in science while advancing research and monitoring of Acadia’s ecosystems.Schoodic Institute works with the National Park Service and other partners to provide opportunities for volunteers to participate in citizen science programs in Acadia National Park, other public lands, and also regionally, nationally, and internationally. This year, we are celebrating Citizen Science Day with three separate training opportunities for studying birds, seasonal change, and nature. Please register for one of three programs (Maine Bird Atlas, Signs of the Seasons, or iNaturalist Biodiversity Documentation); all feature indoor classroom and outdoor field sessions. Learn more about Citizen Science at Schoodic Institute.
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